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Stellaris launchpad based video player

Posted on Monday, April 29th, 2013 in ARM, LCD by DP

stellaris launchpad

Vinod made this video player using Stellaris launchpad and wrote a post on his blog detailing it’s assembly and operation:

I am introducing my new mad project, a video player using stellaris launchpad and a 320×240 color lcd which I got from seeedstudio.  I tried the lcd shield by connecting on an arduino board and loaded some example codes for the arduino and it was working fine. I made a small video player few months ago using atmega32 and a 128×128 color lcd. This time my lcd resolution is larger. I want to make a better video player this time, so I selected a 32bit processor with more speed and ram, and I already have one arm cortex m4 based board, the texas instruments stellaris launchpad board which I bought for 4.9$ (limited time offer).

Check out the video after the break.

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2 Responses to “Stellaris launchpad based video player”

  1. Paul says:

    No video decoding at all??

  2. joseph says:

    amazing hack…

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